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Museums filled with mysterious magical art and curiosities Or secrets And what might happe. I like this wordless picture book tale of a class visit to an art museum where a boy gets separated from his class and enters a room where there are drawings of mazes The art museum itself seems a kind of maze too He enters some of these mazes and successfully traverses them and wins a medal for some reason When he leaves maze world this world of imagination back to the real world leaving the art museum he still has his medalI almost always go out of my way to read wordless picture books and comics so that I liked Visually this wasn't so special but I can see a children's study of museums through various picture books and visits to various museums being fun and fruitfulPS I also just began reading a bit ambitious wordless tale of another artistic maze The Labyrinth Matthew Everingham, A First Fleeter And His Times itself seems a kind of maze too He enters some of these mazes and successfully traverses them and wins a medal for some reason When he leaves maze world this world of بیست و چهار ساعت در خواب و بیداری imagination back to the real world leaving the art museum he still has his medalI almost always go out of my way to read wordless picture books and comics so that I liked Visually this wasn't so special but I can see a children's study of museums through various picture books and visits to various museums being fun and fruitfulPS I also just began reading a bit ambitious wordless tale of another artistic maze The Labyrinth

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Trip by Barbara Lehman the author illustrator of the Caldecott Honor–winning The Red Bo. While I really liked the idea of this book I was a little underwhelmed I thought the delivery could have been so much better and the whole story could have been meaningful And I actually thought the story ran a little short on the imagination Instead for something similar I would suggest the Madlenka books But hey if you have a kid who loves mazes they'll probably enjoy this A little boy is on a field trip with his class to a museum He enters a room with a display of different mazes and he goes into them then comes out finds his class mates again and leaves the museum end of story Funny little detail In the maze room aside from the several maze drawings that are displayed under the glass is an ancient map of IcelandMy little one loved the maze parts of course he poured over them again and again He also loved The Secret Path for the exact same reasonsI like how the story suggests that walking through a museum has similarities with going through a maze but I miss that the story didn't uite fulfill its potential Timetrap illustrator of the Caldecott Honor–winning The Red Bo. While I really liked the Cache idea of this book I was a little underwhelmed I thought the delivery could have been so much better and the whole story could have been meaningful And I actually thought the story ran a little short on the Cache imagination Instead for something similar I would suggest the Madlenka books But hey The academic library if you have a kid who loves mazes they'll probably enjoy this A little boy The Cliterate Male: a Primer on Pleasuring Women (Good in Bed Guides) is on a field trip with his class to a museum He enters a room with a display of different mazes and he goes Pie: A Global History into them then comes out finds his class mates again and leaves the museum end of story Funny little detail In the maze room aside from the several maze drawings that are displayed under the glass Les décisions absurdes : Sociologie des erreurs radicales et persistantes is an ancient map of IcelandMy little one loved the maze parts of course he poured over them again and again He also loved The Secret Path for the exact same reasonsI like how the story suggests that walking through a museum has similarities with going through a maze but I miss that the story didn't uite fulfill Needful its potential

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N if a boy suddenly became part of one of the mind bending exhibits Join the fun in Museum. When you first pick up this book you notice that it is a suare shaped book which is different than most picturebooks On the cover you see a boy lifting the page which is a white background and revealing a raised stamp and part of a maze The stamp resembles one that you would get in your passport which suggests that going to a museum is similar to visiting foreign and far off places When you remove the dust jacket you see the full image of the maze on a background that looks like as old and water stained map In the center of the maze you see the boy from the cover running to the center where there's a tree Inside the book the end pages are a plain sky blueAt the beginning of the story we see the boy from the cover getting on to a school bus for what looks like a field trip to the museum As he enters the museum you notice that his shoe is untied As he bends down to tie his shoe his teacher and the rest of the class disappear and he is left behind On his own he finds a secret door which leads him to an exhibit with drawn mazes in a glass case At each maze there is a central goal where he imagines himself traversing through the maze and completing the task These mazes were very inviting as they encouraged the reader to solve the maze with him After going through his tasks he earns his rewardI enjoyed the artwork in this book and you could feel the loss and confusion the boy had at discovering he was separated from his class You could also feel the pride he had when he completed his tasks before rejoining his class Singapore & Penang Street Food: Cooking & Travelling in Singapore and Malasia if a boy suddenly became part of one of the mind bending exhibits Join the fun The Web and The Wing in Museum. When you first pick up this book you notice that The Web and The Wing it Vernon Downs is a suare shaped book which An Alpha's Trust is different than most picturebooks On the cover you see a boy lifting the page which Yahweh's Wife: Sex in the Evolution of Monotheism : A Study of Yahweh, Asherah, Ritual Sodomy and Temple Prostitution (Woman in History) is a white background and revealing a raised stamp and part of a maze The stamp resembles one that you would get The Love Child's Mother in your passport which suggests that going to a museum Shrouded Memory is similar to visiting foreign and far off places When you remove the dust jacket you see the full The Gypsy's Song (Destiny's Consent) image of the maze on a background that looks like as old and water stained map In the center of the maze you see the boy from the cover running to the center where there's a tree Inside the book the end pages are a plain sky blueAt the beginning of the story we see the boy from the cover getting on to a school bus for what looks like a field trip to the museum As he enters the museum you notice that his shoe Titanic Lessons for It Projects is untied As he bends down to tie his shoe his teacher and the rest of the class disappear and he Prayers of the Eucharist: Early and Reformed: Texts Translated and Edited with Introductions is left behind On his own he finds a secret door which leads him to an exhibit with drawn mazes Dragon Age (Dragon Age 1) in a glass case At each maze there Origins Rising is a central goal where he Keteknikan Videografi: Membuat Film Pendek dan Video Iklan untuk SMK Semester 1 imagines himself traversing through the maze and completing the task These mazes were very Beware a Scots Revenge (School for Heiresses, inviting as they encouraged the reader to solve the maze with him After going through his tasks he earns his rewardI enjoyed the artwork Humor Writing: Activities for the English Classroom in this book and you could feel the loss and confusion the boy had at discovering he was separated from his class You could also feel the pride he had when he completed his tasks before rejoining his class


10 thoughts on “Museum Trip

  1. says:

    I like this wordless picture book tale of a class visit to an art museum where a boy gets separated from his class and enters a room where there are drawings of mazes The art museum itself seems a kind of maze too He enters some of these mazes and successfully traverses them and wins a medal for some reason When he leaves maze world this world of imagination back to the real world leaving the art museum he still has his medalI almost always go out of my way to read wordless picture books and comics so that I liked Visually this wasn't so special but I can see a children's study of museums through various picture books and visits to various museums being fun and fruitfulPS I also just began reading a bit ambitious wordless tale of another artistic maze The Labyrinth


  2. says:

    This is an interesting wordless book set in a museum A boy is visiting the local museum when he loses his group and begins to explore on his own We see a few famous paintings on the wall He finds his way into a somewhat secret room where there are ancient mazes on paper He is able to complete all the mazes and gets a medal and we see the current museum director also has a medal of the same and it makes you think It’s a cute story with a museum setting I can’t believe I haven’t looked for books on museums yet Why haven’t I? Well now I have found them and I want to read on the subject for the kidsThe nephew made up a wonderful story with this Plus the niece can’t call this baby just because there are no words They story was enjoyed by both of them They each gave it 3 stars I felt about the same Even though this is a museum setting I didn’t think the art was outstanding It serviced the story


  3. says:

    Museum Trip by Barbara Lehman follows a boy on a trip to a museum as he becomes part of a maze exhibitAfter stopping to tie his shoe a boy on a museum field trip finds himself alone Going through a door he finds a maze exhibit and suddenly finds himself standing outside the first maze pictured He solves it and goes on to complete all the other mazes Entering the tower in the last maze he appears to be presented a medal which the reader sees by peering through the door's keyhole The boy finds himself looking at the exhibit pictures again exits the maze area and rejoins his class As he leaves the museum the boys touches his medal as a museum staff member watches touching a similar medalThis wordless picturebook tells a clear tale with no words other than the title and the word museum seen on the buildingLehman's brightly colored illustrations are watercolor gouache and ink Clearly drawn most pictures are framed with a few four panel pages pictured The boy occasionally looks directly at the reader His joy at being inside the mazes is well depicted and his body language is clear A variety of perspectives are used I especially liked the picture of the boy running to the next maze with no border around him bringing the reader right into the story My other favorite images include the overhead shot of the boy alone in the museum halls the boy touching the tree in the first maze and the two closeups of the boy's face studying the first and last maze pictures as he seems to enter and leave the actual mazesThis is a charming and compelling journey celebrating imagination fantasy and the many fascinating museums waiting to inspire children of all ages This is a great book to study alone or with a child I appreciate that the reader must decide if the boy's journey was a fantastic or imagined trip although the last image pushes the reader towards fantasy My only uibble is wishing that some of the famous works of art were identified This book is hightly recommended for school and public library collectionsFor all ages museums mazes school field trips imagination fantasy and fans of Barbara Lehman


  4. says:

    Museum Trip brings the reader to a favorite institution for many students and that is a visit to a whole world of artifacts paintings and sculptures that only a museum can provide We join the boy on his way into the museum and immediately are surrounded by Vincent Van Gogh paintings and Auguste Rodin sculptures in the great hall of the museum The temporary distraction by his shoelace and uick fix is all it takes for the young man to realize he is on his own in the great hall of wonders Barbara Lehman illustrates that sinking feeling of many children who have had the unfortunate circumstance when they are separated from a group The boy uickly realizes the enormity of the museum as he stairs down the mile long hallway where no sign of his group is spotted or heard The next turn around the great hall for this curious boy allows him to experience a drawing up close and personal Time and imagination has a uniue way of joining together to surround the boy in his solo journey to the museumBarbara Lehman takes me back to those younger and older years as a curious student of all things artistic beautiful and fascinating As student who has had the fortunate opportunity to see art galleries in SOHO The MET Getty Villa Getty Museum or the Guggenheim and countless other museums I enjoyed reliving those moments of discovery through Museum Trip The wonder and beauty of a museum is captured with the author’s simple illustrations and the curious perspective of the boy is further enhanced by his actions into this Museum Trip As an adult or child I always appreciated those moments of learning and discovery on a museum trip However we all learn and take away something different each time we go and that is illustrated well in Museum Trip


  5. says:

    Title Museum TripAuthor and Illustrator Barbara Lehman Genre Wordless Picture BookThemes Mystery adventure and taking risksOpening linesentenceBrief Book Summary A boy visiting the museum on a field trip with his class but he stopped to tie his shoe before he knew it everyone else was gone He slips through a door and ends up shrinking into six mazes Once he reaches the center it ends his visit and he receives a medal Professional RecommendationReview #1 Hornbook 40 pp Houghton Houghton Mifflin Trade and Reference Division 2006 ISBN 0 618 58125 1 2 K 3 In Lehman's new wordless book the same boy seen in The Red Book visits a museum and shrinks to make his way through drawings of six mazes that become three dimensional Lehman uses small panels and page turns with elouent economy and the art is simple and clean adding a trompe l'oeil effect with sepia ink and water stains for the maze pagesProfessional RecommendationReview #2 Children's LiteratureAs she so ably demonstrated in The Red Book Houghton 2004 Lehman is a master of wordless storytelling Here our hero is introduced on the jacket pulling aside a sheet of white paper or curtain to reveal the title with a hint of the mazes to be found inside On the cover he is seen in the maze almost reaching the center On the title page he is in line to board the school bus then on the next double page spread he is looking out the window as the bus drives through town He starts the museum tour with his class but after stopping to tie his shoe he finds himself alone and lost His adventures while seeking his class take him into a room with many pictures of mazes They become large enough for him to enter He finally reaches the center of one which ends his tour He leaves the museum with a smile and a medal; so was it only his imagination? Lehman uses very simple line drawings colored with watercolor and gouache paints They create an ordinary if curious youngster and an art museum filled with familiar looking sculptures and paintings that offer a challenge for readers to identify Another challenge is the solving of the mazes Lots to both enjoy and ponder 2006 Houghton Mifflin Company Ages 4 to 9 —Ken Marantz and Sylvia MarantzResponse to Two Professional Reviews This books focuses on an adventure through 3D mazes This is something interesting because it adds another dimension to the story and the museum and general Since it is a wordless story it gives the imagination plenty of play This book would be great for reader’s that love predicting and the colorful images Evaluation of Literary Elements Since the pictures tell the story and give the reader room to guess and predict what may happen next The character is very adventurous and wants to discover just like many kids love to do which make this a great connection Of course adding a reward at the end for completing the mazes ties up the lose ends in the story because it showed the challenges he had to face to get out of the 3D picture before returning to his classmates Consideration of Instructional Application This book would be perfect to read before a class trip to a museum After reading it will spark the children’s desire to learn about the things around them and possible give them guiding uestions to think about while they are exhibiting the items throughout Reflecting back on these uestions with a discussion after the trip would wrap up all the lose ends Also free time can involve small mazes and puzzles for students to complete I love the way this book allows the reader to have their own interpretation of the story and they can add their own words to each picture on the pages to create their own retelling of “Museum Trip”


  6. says:

    When you first pick up this book you notice that it is a suare shaped book which is different than most picturebooks On the cover you see a boy lifting the page which is a white background and revealing a raised stamp and part of a maze The stamp resembles one that you would get in your passport which suggests that going to a museum is similar to visiting foreign and far off places When you remove the dust jacket you see the full image of the maze on a background that looks like as old and water stained map In the center of the maze you see the boy from the cover running to the center where there's a tree Inside the book the end pages are a plain sky blueAt the beginning of the story we see the boy from the cover getting on to a school bus for what looks like a field trip to the museum As he enters the museum you notice that his shoe is untied As he bends down to tie his shoe his teacher and the rest of the class disappear and he is left behind On his own he finds a secret door which leads him to an exhibit with drawn mazes in a glass case At each maze there is a central goal where he imagines himself traversing through the maze and completing the task These mazes were very inviting as they encouraged the reader to solve the maze with him After going through his tasks he earns his rewardI enjoyed the artwork in this book and you could feel the loss and confusion the boy had at discovering he was separated from his class You could also feel the pride he had when he completed his tasks before rejoining his class


  7. says:

    While I really liked the idea of this book I was a little underwhelmed I thought the delivery could have been so much better and the whole story could have been meaningful And I actually thought the story ran a little short on the imagination Instead for something similar I would suggest the Madlenka books But hey if you have a kid who loves mazes they'll probably enjoy this A little boy is on a field trip with his class to a museum He enters a room with a display of different mazes and he goes into them then comes out finds his class mates again and leaves the museum end of story Funny little detail In the maze room aside from the several maze drawings that are displayed under the glass is an ancient map of IcelandMy little one loved the maze parts of course he poured over them again and again He also loved The Secret Path for the exact same reasonsI like how the story suggests that walking through a museum has similarities with going through a maze but I miss that the story didn't uite fulfill its potential


  8. says:

    The Museum Trip is an adventurous wordless picture book This book starts when a boy visiting the museum on a field trip with his class However the other student was gone because he stopped to tie his shoes Suddenly he finds himself alone and lost and he now becomes part of a maze exhibit Then he starts six mazes Finally the boy reaches the center of one and that was the ends of his imagination tour In conclusion he was happy when he leaves the museum and the reader can see a medal on his neck Lehman uses nice and clear drawing The drawings colored with watercolor and gouache paints In addition the color tone in most of the story was very bright which attracts the attention of the kids Likewise most of the story background were white which also help the reader to focus on the main characterThe layout of this book is different because some pages are double page spread some contain four pictures on the same page and some pages have just one element on in with a white background The illustrations look realistic than imagination such as the children's faces but the actual events depend on the imagination than realistic events such as when the boy becomes part of a maze exhibitFinally I like this kind of book because it will increase the imaginations of the children when they think or explain what is going on in the story


  9. says:

    Museum Trip is a wordless picture book by Barbara LehmanThe story follows a young boy on a class trip to a museum When he stops to tie his shoelace he is separated from his teacher and classmates The boy enters a room that is a maze exhibit and finds himself reduced in size as he works through and successfully solves the mazes When he completes the last maze he is awarded a medal The boy exits the maze exhibit and rejoins his class He leaves the museum wearing his medal watched by a museum staff member wearing a similar medalThe simple illustrations are in a combination of ink gouache and watercolour Although the illustrations are bright and colourful in my opinion they are a little to neat and cleanThere are artworks by the likes of Van Gogh Picasso Goya Rousseau throughout the museum although young readers are likely to miss this added detailThis book would suit an independent reader Young readers will enjoy being able to help the boy find the centre and exit to the maze There are six mazes in the book to solve


  10. says:

    Totally cute picture book I just happened to pick up while on a trip to the Thrift Store hahaI love how the kid's imagine drew him into the mazes in the museum And for thoughtful kids trying out the mazes in the illustrations might be a fun activityIt really reminded me how my imagination as a kid really came to life for me in anything around me I wish kid's still played like this and used creativity I'd recommend it to any child and encourage them to use their creativity and imaginationsto play and think outside the boxWe shouldn't always scold them when they get lost but show them we love them and let it go and maybe help them learn something from it to This kid had a great adventure in his head because he got seperated from his group but he found his way again Really like it